Dr. Sabreena Qadri, MD Psychiatry

Dr. Sabreena Qadri

Junior Consultant

MD Psychiatry


MBBS: Government Medical College, Srinagar, 2004-2010

MD PSYCHIATRY: Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Kashmir(IMHANS K), GMC Srinagar,2012-2015


SENIOR RESIDENT at Institute of Mental Health and Neuro sciences,Kashmir(IMHANS K), 2015-2018

CONSULTANT PSYCHIATRIST at Institute of Mental Health and Neuro sciences,Kashmir (IMHANS-K), 2018-2021

Areas of interest/Expertise:

6 years of experience in Adult Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Geriartric Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and Consultation Liason Psychiatry. Specific interest in Women Mental Health and Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation.


  • North Zone of Indian Psychiatry Society.
  • Indian Psychiatric Society(IPS) (Life Fellow)
  • Indian association of Private Psychiatry(IAPP).

Accomplishments and Awards:

  • Awarded 3rd position in oral presentation in Annual Conference of Metabolic Syndrome-Prediabetes- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome {MPPCOS} Society in 2017.
  • Completed training in “Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation” organized by NIMHANS, Bengaluru, India in 2017.
  • Completed training in Research Methodology for Biomedical Research in 2018.
  • Received “Letters of Appreciation” from Head of Department, Psychiatry IMHANS-K for legal documentation of juvenile cases admitted in the hospital and training of Medical Officers in Mental Health.
  • Attended workshop on “Skill Development: REBT Mind Traps” in National symposium on Women’s Mental Health and Perinatal Psychiatry in 2018.
  • Trained in World Health Organisation SCAN(Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry) by NHS

Paper/Poster Presentations:

  • Presentation in symposium on “Alzhiemer’s Dementia: Kashmir Scenario” in Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society 2019.
  • Presentation in symposium on “PCOS: a Psychiatric Disorder” in Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society 2019.
  • Symposium on “Problem, Explication and Policy- Kashmir Scenario” in International Society of Addiction Medicine 2019.
  • Presented a Paper on “Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome in Bipolar Affective Disorder- A hospital based study” in Annual National Conference of Indian Association of Biological Psychiatry 2017.


  • Qadri, S., Hussain, A., Bhat, M. H., & Baba, A. A. (2018). Polycystic ovary syndrome in bipolar affective disorder: A hospital-based study. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine, 40(2), 121-128.
  • Qadri S, Ismail H, Hussain A, Sharma S, Mir R. Managing Psychiatric Services in times of COVID-19: Kashmir Experience. jms ;24(2):52- 4.
  • Shah Sheena, Hussain Arshad, Qadri Sabreena, Roub Fazle, Rauf Insha, Kumar Praveen.COVID 19 antibody seroprevalence in residential psychiatric inpatients. BJPsych Open 7(S1):S102-S102
  • Ismail H, Qadri S, Hussain A, Ismail N. Demographic and clinical characteristics of patients presenting with conversion disorder in a tertiary care hospital in north India. Int J Res Med Sci 2021;9:535-7.
  • Dar, M. M., Hussain, S. K., Qadri, S., Hussain, S. S., Fatima, S. S., & Srinagar, K. (2015). Prevalence and pattern of psychiatric morbidity among children living in orphanages of Kashmir. Int J Health Sci Res, 5, 53-60.
  • Hussain, S. K., Dar, M. M., Qadri, S., & Fatima, S. S. (2017). Psychosocial differences in children living in orphanages of Kashmir with and without psychiatric morbidity. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, 33(4), 342.
  • QADRI, S., MIR, T. A., ASHRAF, A., JAN, M. A., JALALI, U., & MIR, S. U. I. Clinical, metabolic, radiological and electroencephalographic abnormalities in patients with seizure disorder– A Hospital Based Study in Kashmir Valley.
  • Gul, S., Dar, M. A., Ali, A., Ashraf, A., & Qadri, S. (2017). Prevalence of peripheral neuropathy and pattern of involvement on nerve conduction study in patients of Type 2 diabetes mellitus with clinical symptoms of peripheral neuropathy in kashmiri population a hospital based study. Imp J Interdiscip Res, 3, 2